Over the five-week Congressional summer recess, local unions are encouraged to schedule visits with their Members and deliver the ATU report “Ripped from the Headlines: Bus Drivers Under Attack”.
Gov. Jay Inslee said he picked a new transportation secretary who shares his vision for boosting public transit, increasing the capacity of existing highways and reducing carbon emissions from traffic.
In response to critics who contend the Regional Transportation Authority is broken, legislation has been introduced in Springfield that calls for merging the RTA and the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning into a new entity.
Hundreds of Hoosiers turned out from all over the state, some driving multiple hours to get here, to support increased mass transit options at the Transit Day Rally, held at the Indiana Statehouse earlier this week.
May is Transit Action Month. There are rallies, leafleting events, Ride-Alongs with elected officials and other events happening all across the North America throughout the month and beyond. Check on the map and JOIN IN!
Jobs21! Transportation Roundtable Discusses Ways to Improve Transportation in Michigan and the United States and Showcases the CATA Expansion.
Richard Gardner knows as well as anyone the complaints and frustrations of people who use public buses. He drives for the PVTA, on a route that passes through the center of Springfield into Indian Orchard and then Ludlow.